Politics

Using the Justice Department to gather private information about members of Congress carried echoes of Nixon during Watergate.
Glenn Kirschner warned what may happen if the ex-president isn't held accountable.
Officer Karol J. Chwiesiuk allegedly breached the Capitol building, and told an acquaintance beforehand that he was going to D.C. to “f**k up some commies.”
“It is beyond Nixon," the former White House counsel said of the Trump Justice Department's gathering of private information about members of Congress.
“She was the one who recorded a motion cinema picture that set the world on fire,” said George Floyd's brother, Philonise.
NBC News asked the Russian president about the U.S. president calling him a "killer" just days before the two leaders are set to meet in Geneva.
Under Donald Trump, the department subpoenaed Apple for data belonging to House Democrats and journalists investigating his ties to Russia.
The former attorneys general are subject to a subpoena if they refuse.
The ex-president claimed he's turned down two book deals but is "writing like crazy anyway."
The president plans to return more than $2 billion that the Trump administration diverted from the Pentagon to pay for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.